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Interpolation means inserting or blending in a missing value. It is the art of reading between the entries of a tabulated function (see first quote above). We start this chapter with several introductory examples in Section 4.1, through which we explain the interpolation principle. The most common interpolation technique is to use polynomials, and we show in Section 4.2 four classical techniques: using monomials, Lagrange polynomials, Newton polynomials, and orthogonal polynomials.
KeywordsOrthogonal Polynomial Discrete Fourier Transform Spline Function Interpolation Polynomial Interpolation Point
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